“Having an aborted foetus turning ghost is quite something. Perhaps not too far away in the distant, dark future, we will probably have embryos and zygotes turning ghosts too.”
“It’s almost as if noone behind its making realised that any efforts to solemnify this inherently mad material, would only be futile.”
Towards the end, the actual version of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata takes centrestage. It’s quite appropriate not just because one of the characters is a self-confessed Beethoven fan, but because the story in a sense is actually Moonlight Sonata.